___ft__^^_vßEMiar__, JJIS MAJESTY'S- . T H ftft : THIS ,£N D .B TEM , , S^gW. Early Days of ?he A^Sua^S^ A. MINER'S TRUST"' ' V A. MINER'S TRUST" ■-■' -ft/ft A MINER'S TRUST" ' " "' A ft An Australian a ; , Portrayed by MEYNELL AND GUNN'S' POWERFUL DRAMATIC c^ MISS BEATRICE HOLLOWAY J" SS „ LILLIAN MEYERS* MB HERBERT J. BENTLEY " Accorded by !ast night's lament. those nresent *"v-»es or ...,-■-... THE GREAT WRECK SCENT? * THE GREAT WRECK SCENE' [ One of the Most Vivid and ReaS'st Th» v* I**™1 **™ concSledf UcSta » The Play produced by C H 8t.»« . TO-MORROW (ST. PATRICK'S-kAS' A SPECIAL POT-POu£ri K o!?& A SPECIAL POT-POURRI OF mill MELODIES ""«*« MELODIES.' ' '' ft ,„„ „ Wiu b e rendered by HIS MAJESTY'S ORCHESTRA ' " PRICES — 3/, 2/, and 1/ " - ' " Box Plan at Wildman and Arey's * Day Sales at H.M. Cafe ■'■'" i ■'■■ Early Doore. Cd extra. ' . -* General Manager, Actln. vi. „C. R. Stanford.' . AC -;"■. TWO LITTLE SAILOR BOYR TWO LITTLE SAILOR soyl- V TWO LITTLE SAILOR BOxl\ . R° TAL ALBERT ■-^ TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT." AND EVERY EVENING MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY • THE ROYAL PICTURES. S THE ROYAL PICTURES - THE ROYAL PICTURES ' Tt _ KOYAL ALBERT HALL.' ™E EVERYTHING- • Aa.HI NFW EVERYTHING . " NOVEL,"" <"" ?iffl W SSSS TO '? WE HAVE MANY miTATORS,'.' '" BUT NO COMPEERS " ' 'i ■ V — OUR PRICES !— 6d'. ~•'-"'.. > J)ARWIN"S THEORY 0 » rpHE Ty-ISSING LINK pROVEN. FIRST AND ONLY TWO LIVE .MATH CHIMPANZEES EVER BEEN IN Wj? _. ZEALAND. The most interesting, amusing, • an'fl. "eflii. •■■ y r eating animal there Is in natntal, hi,. ' „^Z cry OQ e should see these wonderful 7 creatures, which justified Darwin'ln his ; theory. These Chimpanzees -.were ; ran. tured by Mr Ellis S. Joseph (lateN.ZGEr '■-'-■' at Ashanti, Central West Africa, on' h'li last expedition of Wild Game 'Hahtine through Africa. . , * ONLY HERE FOR A SHORT SEASON ON VIEW AT 77, QUEEN-ST. Near Smeeton's. ''77 Admission — . Aduits . 1/;,. Children 6d. . y ID Tl'P J- C. PASQOE'S DANCING .CLASS TT The above Cla ss will continue their - ■ Advanced Class every.---WEDNESDAY EVENING in the Federal Hall, Wesley- ?*- ll° m T$ tIU n P-m-'Air-intendtag pupi s for the Elementary Class please notify ilr J. C. Pascoe, 38, Arthur-st., Ponsonbv Meredith's Orchestra, ft/ft. ,'i i-/$ ;J) AN -, C J ; I -N. ~G. _ MRS. SOWERBY will re-open heir Classei for Ballroom and Fancy Dthclng, St. "Andrew's Hall, Loiper Syinoßas-street, .-Anrll lDth. Thursday, S p.m:; Friday, T. 30 p.aj • Saturday, 10.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Epsom Hall ; Epsom: Wednesday, T4th,".'7.30 p.m.' ' For : terms, etc., apply MRS. .SOWERBY, .Ra--' whitl, Onehun a. ::::-: ■;. _ 3^305 RAMATIC • ART, DEPORTMENT, ASD : PUBLIC SPEAKING. ". ELOCUTION, all branches.- Bttdy under y F. Alfred Price, Caxtdn- Chambers, ft Bwaa-son-st. Postal Address, Box 574, G.P.O "" y, -.. y y 7 Mill 2ft ■ TENDERS. ■""RENDERS inrited for Bricklayer' Plum- "■■"'- --- bers", and Painters' Work (singly), for - house at Farmers' Hill, Great South-rd:— Apply on job, Hopper and Brown; Builders. r I. ■ yy ftftli ft rj\ O P A I N T E :R'S.y--'7 , PAINTING A BOUSE AT ELLERSLIE. TENDERS for the above will be; i ■ until Noon of 'MONDAY, 22nd March., GEEALD E, JONES,; / Architects' ', Secnrity Buildings. "7..."7 j ry\ O BUILD E R\B Tenders will be received up to Noon of . WEDNESDAY, the 31st inst., for the I Erection of a Building at Whangarei for - , the Bank of Australasia. -, ■> Plans at our Offices, Swanson-st... : EDW. MAHONEY AND SON,. Architects.: I : ■ " "ft TO BUILDERS AND CARPENTERS.— TENDER'S invited for SPEEDY EREC- 1 4PTON OF COTTAGE adjoining my" resl- . dence, Trafalgar-st., Onehunga. If-desired,'7 'materials bought. Cottage to be finished,bji 7 14th April. Plans and specifications; Wed- : nesday, 17th March, after 6 p.m. Tendera close on Friday, ISth, at 6 p.m.—Warren Blyth. -2' 93 mO CONTRACTORS, TENDERS are invited for the CON- 7 STRLCTION OF A WATER RESERVOIR at Oaptain Cook Brewery, Newmarket.. .', Drawings, Specification, .and General Conditions may be seen at tbe oflice of the undersigned, and Tenders will-be received." •by him until Noon of TUESDAY, 23rd ■March inst. '\* y7y; JAMES STEWART, Civil Engineer..y 27, Shortland-st., , -ftllth 'March, 1909. - -\TEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT ->-N RAILWAYS. LEASES OB' REFRESHMENT ROOMS.. ft ftft Railway Department, I | (Head Office). Wellington, 2nd March, 1509.7 SEPARATE WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at • this office up to noon of MONDAY. 22nd March. 1909, for LEASING the REFRESHMENT ROOMS at Ohakune, Te Kuiti, Mercer, Te Aute, Waipukurau, Woodville, Hawera. Patea, Aramoho, Marfon, Palmerston North, Masterton. Kaitoke, Otaki, Oamaru, Palmerston South, Clinton, and Totara Flat Railway Sta-.'. tions for a period of three years from Ist. . April, 1909. . Specification and forms of tender may,o« obtained at the Railway Manager's Office* at Auckland, Wellington, Wanganui, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Greymouth, or at the stations named. Tenders are to be addressed to the General Manager, Government Railways, Wellington, and marked outside, "Tender ror - Refreshment Rooms." . Telegraphic Tenders will not be reeeivea, and no tender will necessarily be accepted. T. RONAYNE, General Manager, N.Z. Railway!. "j -p he 14 p : a,"ft ' PLASTERER AND CONTRACTOR, CAMBRIDGE HOUSE. LOWER VINCENT-ST., AUCKLAN3. Estimates given. Letters attended- te.. MtoU
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